Magic Johnson announced his presence as president of basketball operations for the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night in an unforgettable way. First LA last game of his sad regular season (the team finished 37-45), Johnson said that the world prior to his decision to say to the woman who hired him in the first place: the owner of the Lakers Jeanie Buss. He was afraid he would dissuade him from Buss. Next time, just try a text? Johnson Give some credit, however, for there are no words for this to chop leave. “I have a good life. Damn, I have a great life out of this,” he told reporters gathered at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. “What The F … what am I doing? I have a good life. I came back to this beautiful life. I’m looking forward to it.” Be Magic Johnson blame for his livelihood Magic Johnson to return? Why make tough talks on the future of Luke Walton, LA embattled coach when walking hand in every room in America may enjoy, and? the feeling of love of the work involves magic smile and charm and stories and laughter, the Lakers work involves the salary cap stress now Johnson can say .. take the luxury tax – Lavar and ball while you’re at – and pushes it magic. joins a list of Hall of Fame, the works have tried to correct, only the actual work on Tuesday resigned Magic San stench to accomplish. teammates before the “dream team” 1992 USA Olympic Basketball, Chris Mullin, even suddenly. Johns for NCAA men’s basketball tournament, the Hall of Fame St. Johns player-turned-coach has left after his fourth season (and his first win) at the top of N It nce. Mullin cited a “recent personal loss”, such as factoring in its decision; his older brother died of cancer in March. Another ’92 Teamers dream, Clyde Drexler, quit as coach of his alma mater, the University of Houston in 2000, after two seasons and a 19-37 record. Drexler has cited a desire to spend more time with his family, and he realized almost immediately stopped to start the workplace. “Because of the time required for the coaching profession, the first week I thought, boy, this is going to be a bit ‘more difficult than I thought,'” Drexler said, then returned. Yes, another dream teamers, Larry Bird, has had more success as a coach. He led the Indiana Pacers in the NBA Finals in 2000 and won the NBA Coach of the Year in his first season in 1998, went away after bird final appearance of Indiana, argued that NBA coach has lasted three years. This is easy to say when you can Larry Bird, and a job digging you do not need. The Pacers do not have to back Finals because birds flew the coop. Meanwhile, efforts to build the Michael Jordan, Charlotte Hornets, the franchise has come again and again from 2010 in the possession into a winner in question. Since Jordan bought the team, the Hornets (or Bobcats, the franchise nickname until 2014) reached three times, only to lose in the first round in each playoff appearance. This does not mean, look at the dream team. Legend has flamed in other sports. The Great One, Wayne Gretzky, the NHL Arizona Coyotes coached for four seasons from 2005-2009; He finished with a 143-161 record not that big of occurs first. Patrick Roy, the legendary goalkeeper, who won four Stanley Cups during his career – two with the Montreal Canadiens, two with the Colorado Avalanche – Avs coached for three seasons before retiring in 2016. He made the playoffs only once, losing in the first round. Ted Williams, one of the greatest baseball hitter of all time, was to 54-100 in 1972 applies to the Texas Rangers fired. He finished his managerial career 273-364. People like Patrick Ewing, who as coach took over at his alma mater Georgetown in 2017, and Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway, who in his first season as manager of Alma Mater Memphis is just getting ready to enjoy different results than the other stars. (In three combined season so far, and Ewing Hardaway finished .500 or better every year, but set to zero NCAA tournament appearances). And Bill Russell won back-to-back titles in 1968 and 1969 as player-coach of the Boston Celtics. Although no Russell of players in the lineup, the coach Russell finished below .500 in four seasons of the Seattle Sonics in the result of 1970, and a dismal 17-41 as coach of the Sacramento Kings for the 1987-1988 season. Perhaps these great names should take a cue from golf hero Arnold Palmer. People have said no, but Arnold Palmer Arnold Palmer most beloved. With his playing days behind him, he did not spend his time his work as a coach or travel agents or something. On the contrary, he would have to drink when ordering Masters. In other words, he lived as a legend.